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PREVALENCE OF DISEASE. 



No health department, State or heal, can effectively prevent or control disease without 
knowledge of when, where, and under what conditions cases are occurring. 



UNITED STATES. 



EXTRA-CANTONMENT ZONES— CASES REPORTED WEEK ENDED DEC. 7. 



CAMP I'.EAUREGAUD ZONE, LA. 

Alexandria: C: 

Diphtheria 

Gonorrhoa 

Influenza 

Malaria 

Syphilis 

Pincvillc: 

Influenza 

Rural district: 

Influenza 

CAMP BOWIK ZONE, TEX. 

Fort Worth: 

Chancroid 

Chicken pox 

Diphtheria 

G onorrhea 

Influenza 

Malaria 

Meningitis 

Mumps 

Pellasra 

Pneumonia 

Syphilis 

Tuberculosis 

BREMERTON' ZONE, WASH. 

Measles 

Mumps 

CHARLESTON SANITARY DISTRICT, S. C. 

Charleston: 

Diphtheria 

Influenza 

Scarlet fever 

CAMP DEVENS ZONE, MASS. 

Diphtheria: 

Shirley 

Influenza: 

Shirley 

Townsend 



1 

s 

3 


209 
2 
2 
1 
1 

13 
3 



CAMT UOllGE ZONE, IOWA. 

Diphtheria: Cases. 
Des Moines 6 

Influenza: 

Ankcny 4 

Bloomfield Township 11 

Carney 1 

Des Moines 2,900 



Granger 

Polk Oily... 

Shcldahl.... 

Grimes 

Pneumonia: 

Grimes 

Scarlet (ever: 

Des Moines. 
Smallpox: 

Des Moiucs. 



CAMP DONIPHAN ZONE, OKLA. 

Comanche County: 

Smallpox 

Typhoid fever 

Lawton: 

Diphtheria 

Gonorrhea 

Influenza 

Pnoumonia .- 



Diphlheria: 

Austin, route 1 . . . 
Gonorrhea: 

England 

Lonoke 

Influenza: 

Austin 

Cabot 

Cabot, R.F.D... 

Carlisle 

Carlisle, R. F. D . 

Coy 



2 
II 
4 
12 



CAMP EBERTS ZONE, ARK. 



2 
1 

1 

3 
16 

1 



2 
1 

11 
2 
6 
48 
14 
2 



(2218) 



2219 



December 18, 1918. 



camp ebebts zone, abk.— continued. 

Influenza — Continued. Cases. 

England 4 

England, E. F. D 6 

Lonoke 6 

Lonoko, E. F. D 35 

Pettus 11 

Scott, B. F. D 1 

Ward 8 

Malaria: 

Ausl in 1 

Cabot 5 

Carlisle 2 

England 1 

Pneumonia: 

Lonoke, B. F. D 1 

Pettus 2 

Tuberculosis: 

England, R. F. D 1 

FAYETTEVILLE SANRABY DISTRICT. K. C. 

Chicken pox. 1 

Gonorrhea 1 

Influenza 21 

Mumps 1 

Pneumonia, broncho 3 

Scarlet fever 1 

Septic sore throat 1 

Tuberculosis, pulmonary 3 

CAlir FUNSTON ZONE, KASS. 

Chicken pox: 

Manhattan 3 

Gonorrhea: 

Junction City 3 

Influenza: 

Alida 1 

Bata 2 

Cleburne 5 

Irving 2 

Junction City 79 

Keats 3 

Leonard villc 5 

Manhattan 219 

Milford 1 

Myersdale 2 

Ogden 1 

Bandolph 107 

Stockdale 5 

WakeScM 1 

Zeandale 8 

Measles: 

Junction City 5 

Manhattan 1 

Ogden 12 

Pneumonia: 

Manhattan 5 

Bandolph 4 

Scarlet fever: 

Junction City 2 

Manhat tan 2 

GAS AND FLAME SCHOOL ZONE, OA. AND ALA. 

Influenza: 

Columbus 130 

Girard 6 

Muscogee County 41 

PhenixCity 7 



GAS AND FLAME SCHOOL ZONE, GA. AND 

ala.— continued. 

Pellagra: Cases. 

Columbus 2 

Pneumonia: 

Columbus 4 

Girard 1 

Muscogee County 7 

Phenix City 1 

Smallpox: 

Columbus 1 

Tuberculosis: 

Columbus 1 

Muscogee County 1 

CEBSTNER FIELD ZONE, LA. 

Influenza 91" 

Pneumonia 19 

Smallpox 8 

CAMI" GORDON ZONE, GA. 

Atlanta: 

Cerebrospinal meningitis 1 

Chicken pox 2 

Diphtheria i 

Gonorrhea 19 

Influenza 122 

Lagrippe 5 

Mumps 1 

Scarlet fever 5 

Smallpox 5 

Syphilis 39 

Tuberculosis 2 

CAMP GREENE ZONE, N. C. 

Charlotte Township: 

Chancroid 1 

Chicken pox 3 

Diphtheria 1 

onorrhea G 

Influenza 573 

Mumps 5 

Smallpox I 

Syphilis 9 

Typhoid fever I 

Whooping cough 22 

GULFPOKT HEALTH DISTRICT, MISS. 

Diphtheria: 

Biloxi 1 

Gonorrhea: 

Biloxi 1 

Influenza: 

Biloxi 51 

Guilport 80 

Kiln 2 

Latimer 4 

Long Beach 7 

Lyman 21 

Mississippi City 13 

Moss Point 16 

Pascagoula 3 

Pecan 11 

Scattered 13 

Malaria: 

Biloxi 1 

Guilport 3 

Kiln 1 

Moss Point 2 

Pascagoula 2 



December 13, 1018. 



2220 



gulfport nEAi.TH district, miss.— continued. 

Mumps: Cases. 

Biloxi 1 

Pneumonia: 

Biloxi 4 

De Lisle. .-. 1 

G ulfport 4 

Scarlet fever: 

Gutfport 1 

Syphilis: 

Moss Point 1 

Tut'erculosis: 

De Lisle 1 

Moss Point 1 

Whooping cough: 

Gulfport 2 

CAMP HAXXOCK ZONE, GA. 

Augusta: 

Influenza 31 

Pneumonia 3 

S yphilis 13 

Whooping cough 7 

CAMP HUMPHREYS ZONE, VA. 

Influenza: 

Alexandria 7 

CAMP JACKSON ZONE, S. C. 

Columbia: 

Influenza 42 

Measles 3 

Scarlet fever I 

Tuberculosis 1 

Whooping cough 1 

U. S. Government Clinic: 

Chancroid 1 

Syphilis 13 

CAMP JOSSrH E. JOHNSTON ZONE, FLA. 

Chancroid: 

Jacksonville 5 

Gonorrhea: 

Jacksonville 12 

Influenza: 

Fishers Comer 1 

Jacksonville . . . 9 

Measles: 

Jacksonville 1 

Mumps: 

Jacksonville 2 

Pneumonia: 

Jacksonville 2 

Scabies: 

Grand Crossing 1 

Syphilis: 

Jacksonville 22 

Trachoma: 

Fishers Corner 2 

Jacksonville 5 

Ortega 3 

Typhoid fever: 

Jacksonville 4 

FORT LEAVENWORTH ZONE, KANS. 

Leavenworth: 

Chicken pox 2 

Diphtheria 1 



fort Leavenworth zone, KANS.— continued. 

Leavenworth— Continued. Cases. 

Gonorrhea 13 

Influenza 316 

Leavenworth County: 

Influenza 37 

CAMP LEE ZONE, VA. 

Ettricks: 

Influenza 25 

Hopewell: 

Gonorrhea 2 

Syphilis 1 

Petersburg: 

Diphtheria 1 

Influenza 409 

rncuraonia 19 

CAMP LEWIS ZONE, WASH. 

Influenza: 

Collins 5 

LakeCily 1 

Lakeview 1 

Murray '. 3 

Parkland 2 

Roy 7 

Steilacoom 11 

CAMP LOGAN ZONE, TEX. 

Houston: 

Chancroid 1 

Chicken pox 1 

Diphtheria 2 

G onorrhca 7 

Influenza 28 

Pneumonia 2 

Scarlet fever 1 

Syphilis 2 

Tuberculosis 6 

Typhoid fever 3 

CAMP M'ARTnUE ZONE, TEX. 

Waco: 

Chancroid 1 

Diphtheria 1 

Gonorrhea 12 

Influenza 32 

Measles 2 

Pneumonia 9 

Syphilis 6 

Tuberculosis 1 

CAMP M'CLELLAN ZONE, ALA. 

Anniston: 

Chancroid 1 

Gonorrhea 8 

Influenza 120 

Measles 1 

Pneumonia 8 

Syphilis 4 

Oxford: 

Influenza 3 

Precinct 15: 

Influenza i 

CAMP MERUIT ZONE, N. J. 

Chicken pox: 

Demarest 1 

Englewood 3 



2221 



December 13, 1918. 



camp mebrit zone, N. j.— continued. 

Influenza: Cases. 

Englewood 12 

Haworth 3 

Pneumonia: 

Englewood 3 

Scarlet fever: 

Englewood 1 

Tuberculosis, pulmonary: 

Bemarcs t 1 

NEW LONDON SANITARY DISTRICT, CONN". 

Diphtheria: 

Mystic 1 

New London 8 

Norwich 1 

Influenza: 

Groton (town) 11 

Mystic 14 

New London 4 

Old Lyme 8 

Old Mystic 15 

S tonington 22 

Scarlet fever: 

Groton (borough) . 1 

New London 

Tuberculosis: 

New London 2 

Norwich 1 

FORT OGLETHORPE ZONE, GA. AND TENN. 

Diphtheria: 

Chattanooga 1 

Gonorrhea: 

Chattanooga 6 

Influenza: 

Eastlakc 20 

Rossvillc, Ga 4 

Moningltis: 

Altonpark 1 

North Chattanooga 1 

Scarlet fever: 

Chattanooga 2 

Syphilis: 

Chattanooga 2 

Tuberculosis: 

Chattanooga 1 

ricrtic ACID T-LANT ZONE, GA. 

Brunswick: 

Influenza 40 

Measles 6 

Pneumonia 4 

Tuberculosis 1 

CAMP TIKE ZONE, ARK. 

Chancroid: 

Little Bock 2 

Chicken pox: 

Little Rock 2 

Diphtheria: 

North Little Rock 1 

German measles: 

Picron.. 1 

Gonorrhea: 

Little Rock 17 



camp pike zone, ABK.— continued. 

Influenza: Cases. 

Jacksonville 5 

Little Rock 344 

North Little Rock 55 

Picron 164 

Laryngitis: 

Little Rock 1 

Malaria: 

Little Rock 3 

North Li t tie Rock 2 

Measles: 

Little Rock 4 

North Little Rock 1 

Picron 3 

Meningitis: 

Little Rock 2 

Picron 3 

Mumps: 

Little Rock 2 

Picron 2 

Peritonitis, tuberculous: 

Picron l 

Pneumonia: 

Littlo Rock 40 

North Littlo Bock 9 

Picron. 187 

Scarlet fever: 

Littlo Rock 3 

North Little R ock 3 

Syphilis: 

Little Rock 4 

North Little Rock 2 

Tonsilitis: 

Little Rock 1 

Picron 1 

Tuberculosis: 

Little Rock 5 

Typhoid fever: 

LittlcRock 1 

CAMP POLK ZONE, N. C. 

Chicken pox: 

Durham 3 

Diphtheric.: 

Durham 1 

Durham County 1 

Influenza: 

Durham 92 

Durham County. 66 

Raloigh 301 

Pneumonia, lobar: 

Wake County 1 

Pneumonia, broncho: 

Wake County 5 

Scarlet fever: 

Durham County. , 1 

Raleigh 1 

Septic sore throat: 

Durham 1 

Raleigh 4 

Smallpox: 

Durham County 1 

Tuberculosis, acute miliary: 

Wake County 1 



December 13, 1918. 



2222 



camp polk zone, N. c— continued. 



Typhoid fever: 
Durham 

Whooping cough: 
Durham 



PORTSMOUTH AND NORFOLK COUNTY HEALTH DIS- 
TRICT, VA. 

Cerebrospinal meningitis: 

Portsmouth 1 

Chancroid: 

Norfolk 1 

Diphtheria: 

Norfolk 1 

Portsmouth 1 

Gonorrhea: 

Norfolk 9 

Portsmouth 1 

Influenza: 

Churehland 2 

Norfolk 95 

Quartermaster Terminal 9 

South Norfolk 25 

Malaria: 

Churehland 1 

Measles: 

Portsmouth 1 

Pneumonia: 

Norfolk County 2 

Port Norfolk 1 

Scarlet fever: 

Port Norfolk 1 

Smallpox: 

Norfolk 2 

Syphilis: 

Norfolk 2 

Whooping cough: 

N orfolk 2 

FORTSMOUTH-KITTERY SANITARY DISTRICT, N. H. AND 
ME. 

Gonorrhea: 

Portsmouth 1 

CAMP SEVER ZONE, S. C. 

Greenville: 

Diphtheria 1 

Greenville and vicinity: 

Influenza 237 

Pneumonia 23 

CAMP SHELBY ZONE, MISS. 

Forrest County: 

Influenza 3 

Hattiesburg: 

Diphtheria 1 

Dysentery 1 

Gonorrhea 2 

Influenza 70 

Syphilis , \ 

Near Hattiesburg: 

Influenza 17 

Syphilis 1 

CAMP SHERIDAN ZONE, ALA. 

Montgomery: 

Diphtheria 1 

Influenza 348 



camp Sheridan zone, Ala.— continued. 

Montgomery— continued. 

Pneumonia. 12 

Scarlet fever 1 

Montgomery County: 

Diphtheria 2 

Influenza 6 

Pneumonia. 1 

United States Government clinic: 

Chancroid 1 

G onorrhea 15 

Syphilis 7 

CAMP SHERMAN ZONE, OHIO. 

Chillicothe: 

Influenza 23 

Measles 1 

Pneumonia, lobar 2 

Ross County: 

Influenza 26 

United States Government clinic: 

Gonorrhea 6 

CAMP ZACHARY TAYLOR ZONE, KY. AND IND. 

Diphtheria: 

Jefferson County 3 

Jefferson ville ... 1 

Louisville 5 

Gonorrhea: 

United States Government clinic 17 

Venereal clinic, county jail 7 

Influenza: 

Clark County 182 

Jefferson County 212 

Jeffersonville 201 

Louisville 656 

New Albany 174 

Measles: 

Jefferson County 1 

Pneumonia: 

Jefferson County 2 

Jeffersonville 2 

Louisville 4 

Syphilis: 

United States Government clinic 15 

Venereal clinic, county jail 5 

Trachoma: 

Jefferson County 1 

Tuberculosis, pulmonary: 

Louisville 2 

Whooping cough: 

Jefferson County 1 

TIDEWATER HEALTH DISTRICT, VA. 

Newport News: 

Chancroid 1 

Chicken pox 2 

Gonorrhea 6 

Influenza 2 

Measles 3 

Scarlet fever 1 

Syphilis 1 

Tuberculosis 3 

Typhoid fever 2 

Whooping cough 1 

Phoebus: 

Tuberculosis 1 

Typhoid fever 1 



2223 



December 13, 1918. 



CAMP TRAVIS ZONE, TEX. 

San Antonio: Cases. 

Chancroid 2 

Gonorrhea 12 

Influenza 1,206 

Leprosy 1 

Measles 1 

Pneumonia 2fl 

Syphilis 2 

Tuberculosis 7 

CAMP UPTON ZONE,N. Y. 

Brook Haven: 

Mumps 11 

Pneumonia 2 

Tuberculosis 1 

VANCOUVER ZONE, WASH. 

Influenza 219 

Tuberculosis, pulmonary 3 

CAMP WADSWORTH ZONE, S. C. 

Gonorrhea: 

Spartanburg 10 

Influenza: 

Arkwright Mills 1 

Fairforest 8 

Hoebuck 2 

Spartanburg. 268 

Whitney 1 

Saxon Mills 5 



camp wadswokth zone, s. c— continued. 

Lagrippe: Cases. 

Spartanburg 10 

Pneumonia: 

Roebuck 1 

Spartanburg. 3 

CASH- WEEELEE ZONE, Gi. 

Bibb County: 

Influenza 31 

Pneumonia I 

East Macon: 

Influenza 30 

Macon: 

Diphtheria ti 

Infl uenza 4(« 

Measles 2 

Pneumonia 10 

Scarlet fever 3 

Whooping cough i 

WILMINGTON SANITARY DISTRICT, N. C. 

Harnett Township (rural): 

Malaria 1 

Wilmington: 

Chicken pox 1 

G onorrhea 1 

Influenza 3 

Mumps I 

Syphilis 1 

Tuberculosis 1 



DISEASE CONDITIONS AMONG TROOPS IN THE UNITED STATES. 1 

The following data are taken from telegraphic reports received in 
the office of the Surgeon General of the United States Army for the 
week ended November 29, 1918: 



Annual admission rate per 1,000 (disease 
only): 

All troops 855.28 

Divisional camps 947. 10 

Cantonments 820.71 

Departmental and other troops 847. 58 

N oneflective rate per 1 ,000 on day of report: 

All troops 40.54 

Divisional camps 46. 18 



Noneffective rate per 1,000 on day of report— 
continued. 

Cantonments 41. 33 

Departmental and other troops 36. 84 

Annual death rate per 1,000 (disease only): 

All troops 13.26 

Divisional camps 20. 65 

Cantonments 6. 85 

Departmental and other troops 16. 62 



' Including Porto Rico. 



December 13, 1918. 



2224 



DISEASE CONDITIONS AMONG TROOPS IN THE UNITED STATES— Contd. 

Cases oj special diseases reported during the week ended Nov. 29, 1918. 





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s 

1 


a 
fi 




Venereal 
diseases. 


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§ 

•a 

a 

h-i 


v. 

a 

3 


w 

"So 

g 
'a 

3 


> 
.2 

03 
CJ 
CO 


3 


Annual admis- 
sion rate per 
1,000 (disease 
only). 




Camp. 


c 
E- 


is 


5h'o 
S5 




3 
5 


1 


1 


30 

392 

14 






19 

7 
2 4 






4 
3 

29 
3 


1,387.7 

2.671.2 
741.4 

1,317.6 
375.6 
393.7 
562.9 
680.0 
1,308.4 
613.5 
526.1 

1,134.0 
956.0 

1,657.4 
732.3 

1,040.0 
913. 5 

1,012.8 
452.8 
609.6 
494.7 

1, 186. 7 

1,348.6 

564. 1 
1,536.3 

505.5 
716.2 
490.8 
534. 5 
884.4 
498.7 
1,447.6 
525.4 
952. 

847. 2 
1,059.6 
1,531.5 

669.4 

708.7 
605.9 

912.6 

1,049.6 

1,067.6 

517.7 

917.8 

951.0 
1,792.7 

327.8 

1,638.5 
879.5 
563.4 
805. 2 
489.6 
492.9 
163.9 
426.9 
546.4 
841.8 

259.0 

1,790.8 


67.9 






14 

59 
4 

1 
23 
27 
26 
301 
43 

4 

29 
20 
22 
10 


1 


17 


44.19 


Codv 






76. 45 










62.37 




1 

25 
3 

59 

77 
7 
1 

34 
3 
2 
6 


1 




1 

15 
6 
33 
15 
18 
13 
17 
18 
33 
33 


1 

6 
2 

4 

25 

1 






33.54 




2 
3 

48 


1 


1 
29 


5 
1 
23 
7 
1 
3 
5 
4 
1 
1 


36. 28 




1 




37.17 




64.77 






1 


41.5 




2 
46 






37.88 












38.48 


MeClellan 










42. 52 




2 


1 
1 


16 
3 
28 






32.49 


Shelby 






42.49 








29.83 












88.0 




68 
33 

9 
17 
24 
23 

1 

13 
19 


1 


1 


9 
7 
29 
28 
36 
26 
32 
41 
68 
9 
23 
21 
19 


ii 

5 
2 
6 
8 

2 
1 
2 


10 

2 


18 






23 
10 
7 
2 
8 
8 
3 
5 
3 
4 
8 
4 
1 
1 


62.56 








45. 16 






1 


3 


15.86 








9 
26 
82 
40 
15 
45 
21 
40 
10 

3 
87 
13 
67 

7 
39 
47 
66 
106 
10S 

28 

88 

105 

226 

64 

45 

456 

160 
25 


18 
3 

22 
2 
58 
8 
3 
11 
85 
34 


28.32 


Dfx 






1 


1 


34. 78 








72.41 








42.12 








1 
1 


9 


36.41 








63.16 




3 
30 






25. 55 








1 




31.82 




19 
11 
3 
4 
221 
12 
13 
12 
27. 
6 
52 

14 
13 

16 
79 
7 
4 
103 

10 
9 






39. 15 






1 

9 




1 


25. 14 




32.84 




13 
28 
50 
11 
61 
17 
17 
22 

6 
27 

49 
62 

4 
31 

77 

14 
22 


4 
4 
6 

6 
1 

5 

3 
11 

24 
6 

11 

3 

4 


7 
16 
36 
13 
52 
17 
2 
2 


2 
1 
1 




31.98 








2 
2 


2 
3 

5 
5 

8 
5 
9 

4 
6 

21 
49 
8 
11 
34 

7 
5 


64.19 








19.15 


Pike 






57.86 












42.54 


Taylor 






2 


10 


51.89 








70.6 








2 




39.55 


Northeastern Depart- 






33.99 


Eastern Department. . . 
Southeastern Depart- 






3 

32 
7 
2 






22.01 




4 


1 
1 




27.31 


Southem Department.. 

Central Department 

Western Department. . . 

A viation camps 

Port of embarkation: 


41.47 






36.29 










33.42 


1 


1 


11 

24 
21 


2 


2 
2 


35.32 

88.45 


A lcatraz Disciplinary 






145.33 








Leavenworth Disci- 








3 
13 
3 










3 
1 




48.74 




5 








13 






57.42 












34.57 






















48. OR 










2 
20 


1 
20 


15 


1 






1 
1 
1 


2S.69 


Fort Sill , 












23.52 
















17.33 










3 
3 

7 

2 
14 












23.56 




















1 

1 


9.92 




5 






2 


54 

3 

254 








36.61 


Miscellaneous small sta- 












10.17 


Students' army train- 


25 


5 


4 






6 


17 
31 


31.75 


































Total 


1,136 


12 


24 


1,570 


187 


3,000 


686 


19 


89 


412 


855.2 


40.54 







2225 December 13, 1016. 

DISEASE CONDITIONS AMONG TROOPS IN THE UNITED STATES-Contd. 
Annual rate per 1,000 for special diseases. 



Pneumonia. . . 

Dysentery 

Malaria 

Venereal 

Paratyphoid. 

Typhoid 

Measles 

Meningitis 

Scarlet fever. . 
Influenza 



Disease. 



All troops 
in United 

States." 



3S. 73 
.41 
.81 

53.53 
.03 
.08 

a. m 

.64 
3.03 

102. 20 



Depart- 
mental 
and other 

troops. 1 



23.77 

.r.3 

.79 
32.17 



8.97 
.33 
1.24 

136.51 



Divisional 
camps. 1 



57.71 
1.06 



115.43 



.35 

34. 59 

.35 

8.29 

111.73 



■ Canton- 
ments 1 



.SO 
44.66 



.08 

31.36 

1.04 

2. 25 
M.99 



Expedi- 
tionary 

forees.- 



38.00 
3.97 

.44 

18.49 

.46 

.66 
7.811 
2.01 
1.10 



i Week ended Nov. 29, 1918. * Week ended Nov. 21, 1918. 

Annual death rate (disease only) all troops in United States and American Expeditionary Forces, France 
for the week ending November 22, 1918, 13.22. 



CURRENT STATE SUMMARIES. 
Telegraphic Reports for Week Ended December 7, 1918. 

Alabama-. — Materia 6, smallpox 4, measles 12, scarlet fever 12, 
diphtheria 7, cerebrospinal meningitis 1, pneumonia 35, influenza 
2,198 cases 9 deaths. 

Alaska. — Influenza practically over at all points excopt Craig, 
which had very little. 

Arkansas. — Influenza: Ashley County 400, Pine Bluff 286, Quitman 
162, Bradley County 115, Miller County 110, Womble— vicinity— 300, 
Marvell 104, Hazen — vicinity — 95, Columbia County 87 cases 2 
deaths, Morrillton 81, Texarkana 75, Faulkner County 72, Warren 71, 
Malvern 70, Conway County 55, Des Arc 45, Hempstead 39, Lee 
County 43, St. Francis County 40, Camden 47, Rogers 35, Leslie 
reports recurring epidemic, White County recurring epidemic, Polk 
County all schools reported closed, no report as -to cases. Total for 
State: Meningitis 2, chicken pox 15, malaria 41, pellagra 6, smallpox 
10, tuberculosis 7, trachoma 5. 

California. — Influenza: San Francisco 846, Los Angeles 2,447, San 
Diego 658, Pasadena 201, Long Beach 174, Berkeley 137, Santa 
Barbara 60, Fresno 100, Stockton 282, Oakland 110. Total influenza 
cases reported from beginning of outbreak to December 9, 1918, 
183,000. 

Connecticut. — Rabies, Ansonia 1; tetanus, New Haven 1; cere- 
brospinal meningitis, New Haven 1. 

Delaware. — Influenza scattered through the State with a, few here 
and there bunched. Delaware City, Smyrna, Bridgeville, Shelby- 
ville, have been having quite a few cases. Wilmington has had but 
a very few cases in the past 3 weeks and they have been of a very 
mild type. 



December 13, 1918. 2226 

Indiana. — Influenza 2,566, syphilis 6, gonorrhea 18, chancroid 3. 

Iowa. — Chicken pox: Dubuque 2. Diphtheria: Blue Grass 2, 
Council Bluffs 2, Des Moines 6, Dubuque 4, Gladbrook 3, Mount 
Pleasant 1. Gonorrhea: Bettendorf 5, Castana 1, Cedar Rapids 1, 
Dubuque 1, Hedrick 1, Mason City 5, Sioux City 15, Whiting 2. 
Scarlet fever: Bradgate 3, Burlington 1, Council Bluffs 1, Des Moines 
4, Fort Dodge 1, Mason City 2, Numa 3, Ottumwa 1, Pella 1. Small- 
pox: Boone 1, Burlington 2, Carroll 3, Cedar Eapids 1, Council 
Bluffs 4, Des Moines 2, Greene 3, Harris 3, Mason City 1, Ottumwa 1. 
Syphilis: Dubuque 5, Iowa City 1, Mason City 1, Sioux City 4. In 
rural districts of following counties. Diphtheria: Benton 1, Dubuque 
1, Plymouth 1, Tama 1, Webster 1. Gonorrhea: Mahaska 2. Scarlet 
fever: Buchanan 1, Guthrie 2. Smallpox: Clayton 6. Marked in- 
crease in influenza cases in State: Do not yet know exact nature of 
recrudescence over entire State, but is serious. Of the 12,194 cases 
reported during past week, 2,193 were in Des Moines, 1,034 in Keokuk, 
and 860 in Davenport. . 

Kansas. — State totals: Typhoid fever 8, smallpox 6, diphtheria 
26, scarlet fever 26, influenza 19,676. By cities of over 10,000 popu- 
lation. — Influenza: Atchison 140, Coffeyville 92, Fort Scott 64, 
Hutchinson 457, Independence 179, Kansas City 919, Lawrence 274, 
Leavenworth 81, Parsons 88, Pittsburgh 338, Topeka 870, Wichita 
982. In cities of 3,000 to 10,000 population: Arkansas .City 280, 
Augusta 25, Concordia 168, Dodge City 120, Eldorado 163, Emporia 
140, Galena 89, Iola 9, Junction City 61, Manhattan 149, Newton 27, 
Ottawa 327, Salina 164, Wellington 588, Winfield 269. 

Reported by mail for preceding week (ended November 30) : 

Mumps 6 

Pneumonia 130 

Scarlet fever 25 

Septic sore throat 2 

Smallpox 5 

Syphilis 9 

Trachoma 1 



Cancer 2 

Chancroid 1 

Chicken pox 11 

Diphtheria 16 

Erysipelas - 1 

German measles 2 

Gonorrhea 45 

Influenza 15, 401 

Influenza meningitis 2 

Measles 8 



Tuberculosis 17 

Typhoid fever 17 

Whooping cough 13 



Kentucky. — There is a decided recrudescence of influenza epidemic 
in Louisville and larger towns of State, apparently of milder type 
and occurring mostly among children of school age. A few rural 
sections still reporting serious conditions. 

Louisiana. — Recrudescence influenza New Orleans, Shreveport, 
Lake Charles, Natchitoches, Standard, Zolle, Noble, Convent, Kil- 
bourne. Meningitis 1, typhoid fever 12, diphtheria 5. 

Maine. — Chancroid: Lewiston 1. Diphtheria: Woodstock 2, Free- 
port 1, Foxcroft 1, South Berwick 1, Auburn 1. German measles: 
Portland 6. Gonorrhea: Bangor 1, East Livermore 1, Jonesport 1, 



2227 December 13, 1918. 

Portland 10. Measles: Portland 1. Mumps: Portland 1. Scarlet 
fever: Bath 1. Syphilis: Augusta 1, Bangor 3, Lewiston 1, Port- 
land 3, Waterville 2, Westbrook 2, Auburn 1. Tuberculosis: Two 
cases. Typhoid fever: Portland 1. Whooping cough: Auburn 1. 
Influenza: South Portland 27, Freeport 93, Leeds 28, Bethel 16, 
Portland 86, Enstport 120, East Millinocket 22, scattered cases 130. 

Massachusetts. — Unusual prevalence. Approximately 5,500 influ- 
enza cases, due to recrudescence, scattered through State. Mild in 
character and few pneumonias. 

Minnesota. — Smallpox (new foci) : Kanabec County, Whited Town- 
ship, 1 ; McLeod County, Hassan Valley Township, 1 ; Kock County, 
Mound Township, 8. Syphilis 43, gonorrhea 69, chancroid 2. 

Mississippi. — Influenza local only in State, much reduced in 
prevalence. 

Nebraska. — Influenza situation in Nebraska very bad. 

New Jersey. — Influenza cases reported 2,159. Substantial increase 
in number of cases has occurred in number of districts in which 
epidemic had subsided, and disease prevalent throughout the State. 
No other diseases unusually prevalent. 

New York. — State outside of New York City. Diphtheria 135, 
indicating slight increase; typhoid fever reduced from 47 last week 
to 26 this week; scarlet fever 83; whooping cough 68; pneumonia 
210; influenza prevalent in western New York, recurrence of out- 
break at Brookfield, Madison County, with over 100 cases. Voluntary 
reports: Syphilis 109, gonorrhea 15. 

North Carolina. — Whooping cough 81, measles 6, diphtheria 42, 
scarlet fever 16, septic sore throat 8, smallpox 17, chicken pox 9, 
typhoid fever 26, broncho-pneumonia 26, lobar pneumonia 11, 
trachoma 1. 

Ohio. — Smallpox: Lorain 5, Hamilton 8, Steubenville 12. Scarlet 
fever: Lima 10. Venereal diseases 100, entire State. Influenza 
recrudescence general throughout State, particularly Cincinnati, 
Cleveland, Columbus, Akron, Ashtabula, Bucyrus, East Liverpool, 
Salem, Lakewood, Medina, Franklin, Marion, Niles, Youngstown. 
Milder than first epidemic. 

Oklahoma. — There is a recurrence of influenza in this State; mor- 
tality not so high as in previous epidemic. 

Oregon. — Influenza: Portland city 985 (and 61 deaths). By coun- 
ties: Baker 60, Benton 37, Clackamas 142, Coos 73, Gilliam 2, Grant 
89 (and 3 deaths), Hood River 113, Jackson 12 (and 3 deaths), Jeffer- 
son 10, Josephine 41, Lane 60, Linn 64, Marion 20, Multnomah 27, 
Tillamook 46, Union 9, Wasco 40. 

Pennsylvania. — Influenza recrudescences have occurred in Dagus 
Mines, Nesquehoning, Strausstown, Houtzdale, Orbisonia, and in 
rural regions of Adams, York, Dauphin, Lancaster, and Berks coun- 
ties. Serious recrudescences, actually worse than original outbreak, 

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December 13, 1918. 



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have occurred in Erie, New Castle, and Johnstown, but are now sub- 
siding. 

South Carolina. — General recrudescence of influenza. Specific out- 
breaks Anderson, Darlington, Orangeburg, Abbeville, Greenville, 
Spartanburg Counties. Recrudescence most marked in sections 
where epidemic first manifested itself. 

Texas. — Influenza reported on increase. Nothing definite as to 
recrudescence. 

Vermont. — Recrudescence of influenza epidemic local rather than 
general, mortality lower; 522 cases influenza during this week. No 
other unusual prevalence. 

Virginia.- — Two cases smallpox Norfolk County, one Bedford ; 560 
cases influenza. 

Washington. — No unusual outbreak of communicable diseases; 
sharp increase in influenza cases throughout the State- 

West Virginia. — Recrudescence of influenza in Charleston, South 
Charleston, Bluefield, Clarksburg; bad as ever in Wheeling. 



CEREBROSPINAL MENINGITIS. 
Cases Reported in Extra-Cantonment Zones, Week Ended Dec. 7, 1918. 



Cases. 
Camp Gordon zone, Ga ■ 1 



Cases. 
Portsmouth and Norfolk Comity health district, 
Va 1 



State Reports for October, 1918. 



Placo. 



Alabama: 

Colbert County. . 

Indiana: 

Daviess County. 
Madison County 
Marion County. . 
Orange County.. 
Tipton County. . 
Wabash County. 
Wells County... 

Total 



New 
cases re- 
ported. 



Place. 



New York: 

Erio County— 

Lackawanna 

Lancaster 

Monroe County- 
Rochester. . 

New York City 

Total 



New 
cases re- 
ported. 



1 
14 



City Reports for Week Ended Nov. 23, 1918. 



Place. 



Cases. Deaths. 



Place. 



Cases. 



Deaths. 



Atlanta, Ga 

Baltimore, Md . . 
Bayoime, N.J... 
Boston, Mass.... 
Burlington, Vt . . 
Camden, N. J... 
Cleveland, Ohio . 
Dubuque, Iowa . 
Louisville, Ky. . . 



Milwaukee, Wis 

Nashville, Tenn 

Now York, N.Y..... 
Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Port Chester, N.Y. . 

Rochester, N. Y 

Schenectady. N. Y_. 
Wheeling, W. Va.... 



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December 13, 1918. 



CHANCROID. 
Cases Reported in Extra-Cantonment Zones, Week Ended Dec 

Cases. 

Camp Bowie zone, Tex 

Camp Greene zone, N. C 

Camp Jackson zone, S. C 

Camp Joseph E. Johnston zone, Fla.... 

Camp Logan zone, Tex 

Camp MaoA rthur zone, Tex 

Camp McCIellan zone, Ala 



7, 1918. 

Cases. 

Camp Pike zone, Ark 2 

Portsmouth and Norfolk County health district, 

Va 1 

Camp Sheridan zone, Ala 1 

Tidewater health district, Va 1 

Camp Travis zone, Tex 2 



DIPHTHERIA. 



Cases Reported in Extra-Cantonment 

Cases. 

Camp Beauregard zone, La 1 

Camp Bowiezonc, Tex 3 

Charleston sanitary district, S. C 3 

Camp Devenszone, Mass 1 

Camp Dodge zone, Iowa 6 

Camp Doniphan zone, Okla 1 

Camp Eberts zone, Ark 1 

Camp Gordon zone, Ga 4 

Camp Greene zone, N. C 1 

Guifport health district, Miss 1 

Fort Leavenworth zone, Kans 1 

Camp Lee zone, Va 1 

Camp Logan zone, Tex 2 



Zones, Week Ended Dec. 7, 1918. 

Cases. 

Camp MacArthur zone, Tex l 

New London sanitary district, Conn 10 

Fort Oglethorpe zone, Ga.andTenn 1 

Camp Pike zone, Ark l 

Camp Polk zone, N. C _ 2 

Portsmouth and Norfolk County health district, 

Va 2 

Camp Sevier zone, S. C l 

Camp Shelby zone, Miss l 

Camp Sheridan zoco, Ala 3 

Camp Zachary Taylor zone, Ky. and Ind 9 

Camp Wheeler zone, Ga 6 



?ee also Diphtheria, measles, scarlet fever, and tuberculosis, page 2238. 

ERYSIPELAS. 
City Reports for Week Ended Nov. 23, 1918. 



Place. 


Cases. 


Deaths. 


Place. 


Cases. 


Deaths, 




1 

2 
1 
9 
1 

2 
3 






1 








New York, N. Y 


2 


Buffalo, N. Y 






1 
1 
1 
1 






i 

1 




















1 

1 




2 




Rochester, N. Y 


1 

10 




Ithaca, N. Y 


1 
1 
1 
1 


1 








1 






Schenectady, N. Y 


1 



















GONORRHEA. 



Cases Reported in Extra-Cantonment 

Cases. 

Camp Beauregard zone, La 1 

Camp Bowie zone, Tex 9 

Camp Doniphan zone, Okla 3 

Camp Ebcrts zone, Ark 3 

Fayetteville sanitary district, N. C 1 

Camp Funston zone, Kans 3 

Camp Gordon zone, Ga 19 

Camp Greene zone, N. C. 6 

Guifport health district, Miss 1 

Camp Josoph E. Johnston zone, Fla 12 

Fort Leavenworth zone, Kans 13 

Camp Lee zone, Va 2 

Camp Logan zone, Tex 7 

Camp MacArthur zone, Tex 12 

Camp McCIellan cone, Ala. 8 



Zones, Week Ended Dec. 7, 1918. 

Cases. 

Fort Oglethorpe zone, Ga.andTenn 6 

Camp Pike zone, Ark 17 

Portsmouth and Norfolk County health district, 



Va 10 

Portsmouth-Kittery sanitary district, N. H. 

and Me 1 

Camp Shelby zone, Miss 2 

Camp Sheridan zone, Ala IS 

Camp Sherman zone, Ohio 6 

Camp Zachary Taylor zone , Ky . and Ind 24 

Tidewater health district, Va 6 

Camp Travis zone, Tex 12 

Camp Wadsworth zone, S. C 16 

Wilmington sanitary district, N.C 1 



December 13, 1918. 



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INFLUENZA. 

Cases Reported in Extra-Cantonment Zones, Week Ended Dec. 7, 1918. 



Cases. 

Camp Beauregard zone. La 09 

Camp Bowie zone, Tex 209 

Charleston sanitary district, S. C 75 

Camp Dcvens zone, Mass 11 

Camp Dodge zone, Iowa 2,949 

Camp Doniphan zone, Okla 16 

Camp Ebcrts zone, Ark 151 

Fayettcvillc sanitary district, N. C 24 

Camp Funstonzonc, Kans 441 

Gas and Flame School zone, Ga. and Ala — 184 

Gerstncr Field zone, Da.. 917 

Camp Gordon zone, Ga 122 

Camp Greene zone, N. C 573 

Gulfport health district, Miss 221 

Camp Hancock zone, Ga 31 

Camp Humphreys zone, Va — 7 

Camp Jackson zone, S. C 42 

Camp Joseph E. Johnston zone, Fla 10 

Fort Leavenworth zone, Kans 353 

Camp Lee zone, Va — 434 

Camp Lewis zone, Wash 30 

Camp Logan zone, Tex 26 

The cases of influenza reported in the above-named zones from September 14 to 
November 30, 1918, are shown by weeks in the table on pages 2153 and 2154 of the 
Public Health Reports of December 6, 1918, volume 33, No. 49. 



Camp MacArthur zone, Tex 

Camp McClellan zone, Ala 

Camp Mcrnt zone, N. J 

New London sanitary district, Conn 

Fort Oglethorpe zone, Ga. and Tenn 

Picric Acid Plant zone, Ga 

Camp Pike zone, Ark 

Camp Polk zone, N. C 

Portsmouth and Norfolk County health dis- 
trict, Va 

Camp Sevier zone, S. C 

Camp Shelby zone, Miss 

Camp Sheridan zone, Ala 

Camp Sherman zone, Ohio 

Camp Zachary Taylor zone, Ky . and Ind 

Tidewater health district, Va 

Camp Travis zone, Tex 

Vancouver zone, Wash 

Camp Wadsworth zone, S. C 

Camp Wheeler zone, Ga 

Wilmington sanitary district, N. C 



32 
124 
15 
74 

24 
40 

56S 
159 

131 

237 

90 

354 

52 

1,485 

2 

1,200 

249 

285 

529 

'3 



LEPROSY. 
Arizona — Glendale. 

During the month of October, 1918, a case of leprosy was notified 

at Glendale, Ariz., in a Mexican woman who had resided in the 

United States for one year, but has returned to Mexico since the 

report was made. 

MALARIA. 

Cases Reported in Extra-Cantonment Zones, Week Ended Dec. 7, 1918. 



Cases. 

Camp Beauregard zone, La 1 

Camp Bowie zone, Tex 2 

Camp Eberts zone, Ark 9 

Gulfport health district, Miss. 10 



Cases. 

Camp Pikozone, Ark 5 

Portsmouth and Norfolk County health district, 

Va 1 

Wilmington sanitary district, N. 1 



Alabama Report for October, 1918. 



Place. 


New cases 
reported. 


Place. 


New cases 
reported. 


Alabama: 


3 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
26 

2 


Alabama— Continued. 


4 






4 






3 






1 






3 






1 






1 






24 










•81 









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December 13, 1918. 



MALARIA— Continued . 
City Reports for Week Ended Nov. 23, 1918. 



Place. 


Cases. 


Deaths. 


riace. 


Cases. 


Deaths. 




1 

2 
1 
1 






10 
3 
2 




















Little Rock, Ark 















MEASLES. 
Cases Reported in Extra-Cantonment Zones, Week Ended Dec. 7, 1918. 



Cases. 

Bremerton zone, Wash 2 

Camp Funstonzone, Kans 18 

Camp Jackson zone, S.C 3 

Camp Jcseph E. Johnston zone, Fla 1 

Camp MacArthur zone, Tex 2 

Camp McClellan zone, Ala 1 

Picric Acid Plant zone, Ga 6 

Camp Pike zone, Ark 8 



Cases. 
Portsmouth and Norfolk County health dis- 
trict, Va 1 

Camp Sherman zone, Ohio 1 

Camp Zachary Taylor zone, Ky and Ind 1 

Tidewater health district , Va 3 

Camp Travis zone, Tex 1 

Camp Wheeler zone, Ga 2 



See also Diphtheria, measles, scarlet fever, and tuberculosis, page 2238. 

PELLAGRA. 
Cases Reported in Extra-Cantonment Zones, Week Ended Dec. 7, 1918. 



Cases. 
Camp Bowie zone, Tex 1 



Cases. 
Gas and Flame School zone, Ga.andAla 2 



Alabama Report for October, 1918. 



Place. 


New cases 
reported. 


riace. 


New cases 
reported. 


Alabama: 


2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 
2 


Alabama— Continued. 


1 






2 






1 






10 






7 






1 






2 






1 






2 






1 






19 






1 




Total 






70 













City Reports for Week Ended Nov. 23, 1918. 



Place. 


Cases. 


Deaths. 


Place. 


Cases. 


Deaths. 




1 


3 

4 






1 






1 






1 


New York, N. V 


i 




1 




3 


3 




4 


Waco, Tex 


1 













December 13, 1918. 



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PNEUMONIA. 



Cases Reported in Extra-Cantonment Zones, Week Ended Dec. 7, 1918. 



Cases. 

Camp Bowie zone, Tex 43 

Camp Dodge zone, Iowa 2 

Camp Doniphan zone, Okla 1 

Camp Ebertszone, Ark 3 

Fayetteville sanitary district, N.C 3 

Camp Funston zone, Kans 9 

Gas and Flame School zone, Ga. and Ala 13 

Gerstner Field zone, La 19 

Gultport health district, Miss 9 

Camp Hancock zone, Ga 3 

Camp Joseph E. Johnston zone, Fla 2 

Camp Lee zone, Va 19 

Camp Logan zone, Tex 2 

Camp MacArthur zone, Tex 9 

Camp McCIellan zone, Ala 8 



Cases. 

Camp Metrit zone, N.J 43 

Picric Acid Plant zone, Ga 2 

Camp Pike zone, Ark 236 

Canvn Polk zone, N. C 6 

Portsmouth and Norfolk County health district, 

Va 3 

Cam p Sevier zone, S.C 23 

Camp Sheridan zone, Ala 13 

Camp Sherman zone, Ohio 2 

Camp Zachary Taylor zone, Ky. and Ind 8 

Camp Travis zone, Tex 29 

Camp Upton zone, N. Y 2 

Camp Wadsworth zche,S.C 4 

Camp Wheeler zone, Ga. > 11 



City Reports for Week Ended Nov. 23, 1918. 



Place. 



Amarillo, Tex 

Atlanta, Ga 

Auburn, N. Y 

Baltimore, Md 

Binghamton, N. Y 

Bloomfield, N. J 

Boston, Mass 

Braddock, Pa 

Bridgeport, Conn 

Cadillac, Mich 

Cambridge, Mass 

Cape Girardeau, Mo 

Centralia, 111 

Chicago, 111 

Chillicothe, Ohio 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Columbia, S. C 

Columbus, Ga 

Cranston, R. I 

Dayton, Ohio 

Detroit, Mich 

Duluth, Minn 

Englewood, N. J 

Evansville, Ind 

Fall River, Mass 

Flint, Mich 

Fort Worth, Tex 

Framingham. Mass 

Fremont, Ohio 

Gardner , Mass 

Grand Rapids, Mich 

G reenwich, Conn 

Hackensaek, N. J 

Haverhill, Mass 

Henderson, Ky 

Highland Park, Mich 

Hornell, N. Y 

Independence, Mo 

Jackson, Mich 

Jamestown.N. Y 

Jersey City, N. J 

Kalamazoo, Mich 

Kansas City, Kans 

Kansas City , Mo 

Kearny, N. J 

Lackawanna, N. Y 

Lawrence, Mass.... 



Cases. Deaths. 



22 
1 
2 
5 
2 
1 

29 

10 
1 
6 
.1 
1 
3 
462 
1 

74 
3 
7 

12 
1 

40 
1 
3 
8 
1 
8 

10 
1 
6 
1 

21 
1 
2 

23 
■>, 

11 
2 
6 
3 

15 
1 

14 
4 

10 
2 
9 
2 



105 

4 

54 



12 



Place. 



Lincoln, Nebr 

Little Rock, Ark 

Long Beach, Cal 

Los Anrelcs, Cal 

Louisville, Ky 

Lynn, Mass 

Manchester, N. H 

Manitowoc, Wis.. 

Meridian, Miss 

Middletown, N. Y 

Montclair, N. J...i..;.. . 

Morgantown, W. Va 

Morristown, N.J 

Mt. Vernon, N. Y 

New Albany, Ind 

New London, Conn 

New York, N. Y 

Northampton, Mass 

North Tonawanda, N. Y 

Norwood, Ohio 

Oak Park, 111 

Pasadena, Cal 

Passaic, N. J 

Philadelphia, Pa . . , 

Pontiac, Mich 

Port Chester, N. Y. 

Portsmouth, Ohio 

Quincy, III 

Richmond, Va. 

Roanoke, Va 

Rochester, N. Y 

Saginaw, Mich 

St." Joseph, Mo 

San Antonio. Tex 

Sandusky, Ohio 

San Francisco, Cal 

Sault Stc. Marie, Mich. . . 

Schenectady, N. Y 

Springfield, Mass 

Springfield , Ohio 

Stockton, Cal 

Toledo, Ohio 

West Orange, N. J 

Wilmington, Del 

Winthrop, Mass 

Worcester, Mass 

Yonkers, N. Y 



Cases. Deaths. 



3 
5 
5 

20 
4 
4 
1 

20 
1 
1 
2 
1 
3 
4 
1 

350 
2 
3 

4 
1 

19 
11 
5 
1 

16 
5 
2 
1 

16 
1 
S 

10 

8 
7 
2 

26 
1 

33 
1 

3 
2 
9 
4 



5 

20 

3 

1 

13 



3 
1 
4 
1 

3 

23 

1 

1 



32 
7 
4 
3 
1 
6 



2233 



December 13, 1918. 



POLIOMYELITIS (INFANTILE PARALYSIS). 
State Reports for October, 1918. 



Place. 


New 

cases 

reported. 


Place. 


New 

cases 

reported. 


Alabama: 


1 


New York— Continued. 

Westchester County— 






1 


Indiana: 


1 


Yates County— 






9 




4 
1 


Total 


Chemune: County— 


IS 








Dutchess County — 









City Reports for Week Ended Nov. 23, 1918. 



Place. 


Cases. 


Deaths. 


Place. 


Cases. 


Deaths. 


Jamestown, N. Y 


1 
1 
1 




New York, N.Y 




1 


Lowell, Mass 


1 























RABIES IN ANIMALS. 
City Reports for Week Ended Nov. 23, 1918. 

During the week ended November 23, 1918, rabies in animals was 
reported as follows: Memphis, Tenn., 1 case; Eochester, N. Y., 3 
cases; San Antonio, Tex., 2 cases. 

SCARLET FEVER. 
Cases Reported in Extra-Cantonment Zones, Week Ended Dec. 7, 1918. 



Cases. 

Charleston sanitary district, S. C 2 

Camp Dodge zone, Iowa 3 

Fayetteville sanitary district, N. C 1 

CampFunston zone, Kans 4 

Camp Gordon zone, Ga 5 

Gulfport health district, Miss 1 

Camp Jackson zone, S. C 1 

Camp Logan zone, Tex 1 

Camp Merrit zone, N. J 1 



Cases. 

New London sanitary district, Ccnn 7 

Fort Oglethorpe zone, Ga. and Tenn 2 

Camp Pike zone, Ark 6 

Camp Polk zone, N. C 2 

Portsmouth and Norfolk County health district, 

Va l 

Camp Sheridan zone, Ala 1 

Tidewater health district, Va 1 

Camp Wheeler zone, Ga 3 



See also Diphtheria, measles, scarlet fever, and tuberculosis, page 2238. 

SMALLPOX. 
Cases Reported in Extra-Cantonment Zones, Week Ended Dec. 7, 1918. 

Cases. Cases. 

Camp Dodge zone, Iowa 1 Camp Greene zone, N. C 1 

Camp Doniphan zone, Okla 2 Camp Polk zone, N. C 1 

Gas and Flame School zone, Ga. and Ala 1 Portsmouth and Norfolk County health dis- 

Gerstner Field zone, La 8 trict,Va 2 

Camp Gordon zone, Ga 5 



December 13, 1918. 2234 

SMALLPOX— Continued. 
New York Report for October, 1918 — Vaccination Histories. 





New cases 
reported. 


Deaths. 


Vaccination history of cases. 


Place. 


Number 
yaccmated 

within 7 
years pre- 
ceding 

attack. 


Number 
last vacci- 
nated more 
than 7 years 
preceding 

attack. 


Number 
never suc- 
cessfully 
vaccinated. 


Vaccination 
history not 
obtained or 
uncertain. 


New York: 

Eric County- 
Buffalo 


3 
3 
1 










3 


Onondaga County— 








1 


2 


WashingtonCounty— 








1 






!""" ""'i 




Total 


7 








1 


6 













State Reports for October, 1918. 



Place. 


Cases. 


Deaths. 


Place. 


Cases. 


Deaths. 


Alabama: 


1 

2 
7 
1 
1 
2 
2 
9 




Indiana— Continued. 


3 
5 
1 

26 
1 
1 
1 
8 
1 

30 
2 
6 
4 
2 
4 
1 
1 

2 

2 




















































Randolph County 
















i 


















31 






••• 










2 
6 
5 
1 

7 
2 
2 
















Vanderburg County 






















White County 




Huntington County 




Total 






126 













City Reports for Week Ended Nov. 23, 1918. 



Place. 


Cases. 


Deaths. 


Place. 


Cases. 


Deaths. 




1 

2 
4 
1 
4 
72 
7 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 
3 
3 
1 
1 
1 






3 
1 
1 

4 
20 
1 
1 
1 
31 
1 
2 
3 
4 
1 
3 
3 
















Oakland, Cal 




Buffalo N Y 




Oklahoma City, Okla 
























Pekin.Ill 
















St. Paul, Minn 








Salt Lake Citv, Utah 
































Toledo, Ohio 








Washington, D. C :... 



























2235 



December 13, 1918. 



SYPHILIS. 

Cases Reported in Extra-Cantonment Zones, Week Ended Dec. 7, 1918. 



Cases. 

Camp Beauregard zone, La 1 

Camp Bowie zone, Tex 3 

Camp Gordon zone, Oa 39 

Camp Greene zone, N. C 9 

Gulfport health district, Miss 1 

Camp Hancock zone, Ga 13 

Camp Jackson zone, S. C 13 

Camp Joseph E. Johnston zone, Fla 22 

Camp I.,ee zone, Va 1 

Camp Logan zone, Tex 2 

Camp MacArthur zone, Tex 6 



Cases. 

Camp McClellan zone, Ala 4 

Fort Oglethorpe zone, Ga. and Tenn 2 

Camp Pikozone, Avk 6 

Portsmouth and Norfolk County health district, 

Va 2 

Camp Shelby zone, Miss 2 

Camp Sheridan zone, Ala - 7 

Camp Zachary Taylor zone, Ky. and Ind 20 

Tidewater health district, Va 1 

Camp Travis zone, Tex 2 

Wilmington sanitary district, N. C 1 



TETANUS. 

City Reports for Week Ended Nov. 23, 1918. 

During the week ended November 23, 1918, 4 deaths from tetanus 
were reported, 1 at each of the following-named places: Charleston, 
S. C, Detroit, Mich., Indianapolis, Ind., and Oklahoma City, Okla. 

TUBERCULOSIS. 
Cases Reported in Extra-Cantonment Zones, Week Ended Dec. 7, 1918. 



Cases. 

Camp Bowie zone, Tex 2 

Camp Eberts zone, Ark 1 

Fayettevillc sanitary district, N.C 3 

Gas and Flame School zone, Ga. and Ala 2 

Camp Gordonzone, Ga 2 

Gulfport health district, Miss 2 

Camp Jackson zone, S. C 1 

Camp Logan zone, Tex 6 

Camp MacArthur zone, Tex 1 

Camp Merritzonc, N. J 1 

New London sanitary district, Conn 3 



Cases. 

Fort Oglethorpe zone, Oa. andTonn 1 

Picric Acid Plant zone, Ga 1 

Camp Pike zone, Ark 5 

Camp Polk zone, N. C 1 

Camp Zachary Taylor zone, Ky. and Ind 2 

Tidewater health district, Va 4 

Camp Travis zone, Tex 7 

Camp Upton zone, N. Y 1 

Vancouver zone, Wash 3 

Wilmington sanitary district, N. C 1 



See also Diphtheria, measles, scarlet fever, and tuberculosis, page 2238. 

TYPHOID FEVER. 
Cases Reported in Extra-Cantonment Zones, Week Ended Dec. 7, 1918. 



Cases. 

Camp Doniphan zone, Okla 1 

Camp Greene zone, N. C 1 

Camp Joseph E. Johnston zone, Fla 4 

Camp Logan zone, Tex 3 



Cases. 

Camp Pike zone, Ark 1 

Camp Polk zone, N. C 1 

Tidewater health district, Va 3 



State Reports for October, 1918. 



Place. 


New cases 
reported. 


Place. 


New cases 
reported. 


Alabama: 


1 
1 
2 
1 

a 

7 
2 


Alabama— Continued. 














2 






3 


















2 



December 13, 1»18. 



2236 



TYPHOID FEVER— Continued. 
State Reports for October, 1918— Continued. 



riace. 



Alabama— Continued. 

Greene County 

Hale County 

Henry County 

Houston County — 

Jackson County 

Jefferson County 

Lauderdale County . 
Lawrence County . . . 

Lee County 

Limestone County . . 

Mobile County 

Monroe County 

Montgomery County 

Pike County 

Randolph County... 

Russell County 

St. Clair County 

Sumter County 

Talladega County . . . 
Tuscaloosa County. . 
Washington County . 

Totil 

Indiana: 

Allen County 

Blackford County . . . 

Brown County 

Cass County 

Clark County 

Clay County 

Clinton County 

Crawford County.... 

Daviess County 

Dearborn County 
Delaware County . . . 

Elkhart County 

Fayette County 

Floyd County.. 

Fountain County. . . 

Gibson County 

Orant County 

Greene County 

Hamilton County... 

Howard County 

Huntington County. 

Jackson County 

Jasper County 

Jay County 

Jefferson County — 
Jennings County — 

Johnson County 

Knox County 

Kosciusko County. . 

Lake County 

LaporteCounty 

Lawrence County . . . 

Madison County 

Marion County 

Monroe County 

Morgan County 

Owen County 

Putnam County 

Randolph County. . . 

Scott County 

Shelby County 

St. Joseph County. . . 
Switzerland County. 

Tipton County 

Vanderburg County. 
Vermilion County . . . 

Vigo County 

Wabash County 

Washington County . 

Wayne County 

Wells County 

White County 

Total 



New cases 
reported. 



Place. 



Nevada: 

Humboldt County 

Nye County 

Washoe County 

White Pine County 

Total 

New York: 

Albany County- 
Albany 

Watervliet 

Ravena 

Green Island 

Westerlie 

Allegany Countv— 

Clarksville (town) 

Broome County — 

Triangle (town) 

Johnson City 

Vestal (town) 

Cattaraugus County— 

Olean 

Cayuga County- 
Auburn 

Chautauqua County- 
Jamestown 

F.llington (town) 

Poland (town) 

Westfleld (town) 

Chemung County— 

Elmu-ft. 

Elmira Heights ". 

Horseheads (town) 

Clinton County— 

Chazy (town) 

Dannemora Street Prison 
Columbia County — 

Ktaderhook 

Cortland County — 

Cortland 

Cortlandville (town) 

Taylor (town) 

Delaware County — 

Colchester (town) 

Walton (town) 

Dutchess County— 

Beekman (town) 

La Grange (town) 

Pine Plains (town) 

Union Vale (town) 

Erie County- 
Buffalo 

Lackawanna 

Tonawanda 

Grand Island (town) 

Franklin County- 
Dickinson (town) 

Waverly (town) 

Genesee County— 

Batavia 

Corfu 

Greene County- 
Cairo (town) 

Greenville (town) 

Herkimer County- 
Frankfort 

Herkimer 

Dolgeville 

Newport (town) 

Russia (town) 

Jefferson County — 

Watertown 

Dexter 

Ellisburg (town) 

Carthage 

Livingston County- 
Avon 

Caledonia 

Conesus (town) 



New cases 
reported. 



2 
2 

1 

11 

1 

1 

1 
1 

1 



105 



2237 



December 13, 1918. 



TYPHOID FEVER— Continued. 
State Reports for October, 1918— Continued. 



Place. 



New York — Continued. 
Monroe County— 

.Rochester 

Parma (town) 

Fairport 

Nassau County — 

North Hempstead (town) 
Niagara County — 

Niagara Falls 

North Tonawanda 

Cambria (town) 

Lewiston (town) 

Wheatfield (town) 

Wilson 

Oneida County- 
Rome State Asylum 

Utica 

New Hartford (town) 
Onondaga County- 
Syracuse 

Onondaga (town) 

Ontario County— 

Canandaigua 

Phelps (town) 

Orange County — 

Newburg 

Newburg (town) 

Otsego County— 

Maryland (town) 

Westford (town) 

Worcester (town) 

Rensselaer County — 

Trov 

Hoosick (town) 

Pittstown (town) 

Pocstenkill (town) 

St. Lawrence County— 

Gouverneur 

Saratoga County— 

Saratoga Springs 

Malta (town) 



New cases 
reported. 



Place. 



iNcw cases 
| reported. 



New York — Continued. 
Steuben County — 

Painted Post 

Suffolk County- 
Babylon 

Huntini'ton (town). 
Sullivan County — 

Fallsburg (town) . . . 

Neversinfr (town) . . 

Rockland (town). . . 

Thompson (town).. 
Tioga County— 

Tioga (town) 

Ulster County — 

Kinrstori 

Olive (town) 

Woodstock (town) . 
Warren County — 

Stonv Creek (town) 
Washington County- 
Greenwich 

Wayne County— 

Macedon 

Rose t town) 

Westchester County- 
Mount Vernon 

Port Chester 

YonVers 

Harrison (town) 

Lcwisboro (town).. 

Mamaroneck 

YorVtown (town) . . 
Wyoming County— 

Perrv 

Covington (town) . . 
New York City 

Total 



1 
1 

1 

1 
7 
2 
1 
2 
1 

1 

1 

125 



City Reports for Week Ended Nov. 23, 1918. 



Place. 



Akron, Ohio 

Arlington, Mass 

Atlanta, Ga 

Baltimore, Md 

Beverly, Mass 

Buffalo. N. Y 

Cape Girardeau, Mo.. 

Charleston, S. C 

Charlotte, N. C 

Chicago, 111 

Chillicothe, 'bio 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Columbus, G a 

Cortland, N. Y 

Dallas, Tex... 

Denver, Colo 

Detroit, Mich 

Durham. N. C 

El Paso. Tex 

Fall River, Mass 

Fort Worth, Tex 

Fresno, Cal 

Grand Rapids. Mich.. 

Kalamazoo. Mich 

Kingston. N. Y 

Lincoln, Nobr 

Loganspovt, Tnd 

Los Angeles, Cal 

Louisville, Ky 

Lynn, Mass 

Marinette, Wis 

Marion, Ind 

Meridian, Miss , 



Cases. 



Deaths. 



Place. 



■> i 

l 1 



Middleto-vn, N. Y 

Nashville, Tenn 

New Haven, Conn 

New- <~ rleans, La 

No- York, N. Y 

North Tona-randa, N. Y.. 

Oklahoma City. <"kla 

Parkersburg, W. Va 

Philide.lphia, Pa 

Plainficld, N.J 

Portland, Me 

PortLmd, Oreg 

Providence, R. I 

Rock Island, 111 

St. Louis. Mo 

St. Paul. Minn 

Sen A nt onto, Tex 

Sandusky, ' hio 

Saratoga Springs, N. Y. . . 

Somerville. Mass 

South liend, Ind 

Syracuse. N. Y 

Toledo, ■: hio 

Trenton, N.J 

Ulien.N. Y 

Waco, Tex 

Washington, D. C 

West Grange, N. J 

Wheeling, W . Va 

Wichita, ICans 

Wilmington, Del 

Wilmington, N. C 

Yonkers,N. Y 



Cases. 



Deaths. 



December 13, 1918. 2238 

TYPHUS FEVER. 

City Report for Week Ended Nov. 23, 1918. 

Two cases of typhus fever were reported at New Orleans, La., 
during the week ended November 23, 1918. 

DIPHTHERIA, MEASLES, SCARLET FEVER, AND TUBERCULOSIS. 

State Reports for October, 1918. 





Cases reported. 


State. 


Cases reported. 


State. 


Diph- 
theria. 


Measles. 


Scarlet 
fever 


Diph- 
theria. 


Measles. 


Scarlet 
fever. 




110 

173 


89 
62 


56 
154 


Nevada 




2 
588 


2 






1,290 


587 









City Reports for Week Ended Nov. 23, 1918. 





Popula- 
tion as of 
July 1,1917 
(estimated 
by U. S. 
Census 
Bureau). 


Total 

deaths 

from 

all 

causes. 


Diphtheria. 


Measles. 


Scarlet 
fever. 


Tuber- 
culosis. 


City. 


CO 

CO 
m 

o 


1 
n 


CO 

CD 

S3 
O 


1 

03 
P 




4 

o 

a 


i 

93 


en 

a 




14,406 
93,604 
28,433 
16,232 
23,783 
20,882 
24,230 
15,041 
16,954 
13,073 
14,629 

196,144 
59,515 
19,776 
37,823 
35,612 

594,637 
12,401 
30,159 
72,204 
10,437 
28,851 
13, 749 
10,613 
18,547 
11,099 
60,427 
13,892 
22,128 
17,760 
15, 123 
54,864 

189, 716 
19,013 
16,123 
35,951 

767,813 
10,472 

124,724 
16,318 
33,526 
10,984 

475, 781 
25,144 
21,802 
44,057 
10,15$ 


6 

63 

12 

8 

14 

10 

11 

14 

4 

3 

3 

76 

11 

9 

11 




















2 
2 




1 




l 
1 




3 
































l 


1 


1 














i 




1 














i 






































4 


i 






3 






















2 


i 










3 
3 
1 
1 
1 
68 


6 


Atlantic City, N. J 


1 








1 
























7 
1 

5 
















1 




238 
2 

4 

8 

2 
9 
2 
15 
5 
4 
5 
9 
12 
98 
2 


27 


3 


1 




21 








8 
19 
1 




2 




1 












1 
































4 




1 






























1 














































3 


















1 




1 






























1 




1 

2 

7 
4 
























4 
9 










1 


1 
















1 








4 










15 

257 

9 

69 

2 

5 

8 

142 

6 

8 


















39 


1 


4 




17 




62 


21 








15 


1 






1 
1 




4 


3 






















3 
1 

29 




















Buffalo N.*Y 


36 
3 


3 


10 




10 
2 




a 






























4 












i 















2239 



December 13, 1918. 



DIPHTHERIA, MEASLES, SCARLET FEVER, AND TUBERCULOSIS- 

Continned. 

City Reports for Week Ended Nov. 23, 1918— Continued. 





Popula- 
tion as of 
July 1, 1917 
(estimated 
by U. 8. 
Census 
Bureau). 


Total 
deaths 

from 

all 

causes. 


Diphtheria. 


Measles. 


Scarlet 
fever. 


Tuber- 
culosis. 


City. 


co 
« 




5 

<b 
Pi 


CO 

<p 

CO 

CS 
U 


CO 

Q 


CO 
CD 
CO 

C3 
O 


to 

R 


CO 

<p 

CO 

CS 


P 


Cairo, 111 


15,995 
114,293 
108,117 
13,674 
11,146 
38,033 
11,838 
15,052 
61,041 
31,060 
40, 759 
48,405 
2,547,201 
29,950 
15,625 
414,248 
12,960 
692,259 
'13,075 
18,331 
25,292 
38,965 
35,165 
26,306 
22,858 
10,789 
13,321 
31,838 
59, 623 
26,773 
26,686 
129,738 
32,969 
20,183 
49,618 
128, 939 
41,iS3 
10,618 
268,439 
619.648 
13; 276 
40,096 
97,077 
21,311 
20,160 
30,286 
13,864 
10,f50 
43, 761 
18,485 
28, 362 
69. 149 
12; 603 
15,854 
14,257 
29,304 
76,981 
40, 1«) 
129,828 
17,872 
' 14,8.58 
57, 386 
21,039 
109,597 
10, 959 
14, 149 
11,225 
19,844 
10,080 
36,314 


8 
40 

45 

1 
















7 
1 
1 
1 
1 


1 








S 

5 
1 






i 


1 

2 
1 

1 













i 








i 








i 








Ccntralia, 111 




i 






5 






4 
33 
19 

14 
798 

10 

5 

206 

417 
1 

7 

20 
















2 
3 
1 
2 
152 
1 
4 

15 

3 

23 

1 

1 


















i 




























i 






2 
191 






18 


12 ! 1 


16 












1 
1 


1 








1 
14 






4 




1 
3 

8 












3 


2 






12 




















2 
































6 
2 
1 




Columbia, S. C 










1 

2 








11 

27 
10 

5 
18 
34 
14 

3 
51 
21 

19 
4 
164 
250 
3 
16 
60 
11 
5 
12 






















, 


Corpus Christ!, Tex 














1 






















1 

1 








2 
1 
1 


1 


1 

2 










































2 
2 








1 




2 




Danville, III 










Danville, Va 


















2 
6 








1 

6 










1 








10 














1 

6 
86 




! 






1 












4 
28 








7 


1 




2 


24 


19 


Dover, N. H 






2 


1 


1 










1 












3 


Dunkirk, N.Y 
















Durham, N. C 


1 








1 
































2 










14 


2 
3 






















1 
1 




1 














Elgin, 111 


12 
48 
4 
4 
1 

10 
32 
8 
47 
12 
5 
14 














2 


















7 












2 






























































2 
4 

2 












6 
1 

4 


2 




















2 
1 








■ [5 






2 




1 




1 










Flint, Mich 


























1 








Fort Worth, Tex 


41 
3 

5 
6 
9 
6 
10 


1 


1 








2 


2 




1 




1 




















i . 














' 













1 






1 


















i 




1 





1 Population Apr. 15, 1910. 



December 13, 1918. 



2240 



DIPHTHERIA, MEASLES, SCARLET FEVER, AND TUBERCULOSIS— 

Continued. 

City Reports for Week Ended Nov. 23, 1918— Continued. 





Popula- 
tion as of 
July 1, 1917 
(estimated 
by U. S. 
Census 
Bureau). 


Total 
deaths 

from 

all 

causes. 


Diphtheria. 


Measles. 


Scarlet 
fever. 


Tuber- 
culosis. 


City. 


to 

3 
o 


■Si 
■E] 

ft 


OJ 

03 
O 


3 

"c3 




s 


a 


m 

0> 

'A 

o 


5 





24,629 
42, 650 
17, 534 
13,915 

132,861 
30,017 
12,251 
19, 594 
17,412 
41,338 

112,831 
17,357 
49,180 
12,312 
33,859 
78,324 
12,459 
66,503 
12,898 
15,111 

283,622 
16,017 
35,996 
37,431 
14,411 

312,557 

. 50,408 

14,270 

102,096 

305, 816 
24,325 
32, 833 
26,910 
59, 112 
21,929 
16, 219 
31,833 
21,481 
12,313 

102,923 

119,363 
37,145 
46,957 
58, 716 
21,338 
29,163 
38.266 

535,485 

240,808 

114,366 
33,497 

104, 534 
31,315 
52,243 
15, 859 
79, 607 

1 12, 381 
13,931 

U4,610 
19,923 
12,984 
10, 135 
14,938 
12,764 
26,681 
17, 724 

151,877 
21,824 
14,320 
IS, 890 


13 
19 

5 
51 
21 

7 






1 


























2 




3 












1 












l 

14 








3 




2 






6 


2 
















3 
1 


























9 
9 
55 

5 

7 
23 

1 
29 

9 

9 
132 

9 
23 
18 

6 

31 

149 

16 

4 

S 

12 
11 
18 
9 


1 










3 
















2 




7 
1 
3 


i 


20 




8 




5 
1 
5 


4 














1 


















1 

7 


















l 










2 


1 


























7 


1 




















1 
13 


l 

3 










1 
2 


1 




1 




1 




c 








3 
3 








2 
2 






3 




1 








1 


3 












ii 

3 
1 

6 
1 








7 
1 




14 

1 












1 
































3 




3 






12 






4 


1 




















2 
2 












7 
1 
2 
1 








2 




2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 




1 








1 


1 


11 












5 


1 








1 














35 
8 
11 
19 
25 
12 
4 


1 










9 




























5 










5 










2 
3 








2 




3 

2 




1 
































1 

3 
2 
3 










310 

106 

36 

15 

37 

16 

6 

1 

35 

22 
5 
10 

3 
15 

5 
13 

6 
72 

3 


21 

9 
13 










16 
4 
7 


20 




1 


2 




10 




3 










2 




2 




1 

1 








5 


2 










1 




3 






2 

1 
4 




3 
















5 
1 

1 


1 








8 


i 


































1 

2 










5 
1 


1 


1 
































i 


























1 

1 














2 


1 
















1 




1 
7 
2 
1 
1 






5 

2 




1 




9 






3 














1 






I 











i Population Apr. 15, 1910. 



2241 



December 13, 1918. 



DIPHTHERIA, MEASLES, SCARLET FEVER, AND TUBERCULOSIS- 

Continued. 

City Reports for Week Ended Nov. 23, 1918- Continued. 





Popula- 
tion as of 
July 1, 1917 

(estimated 
by U. s 
Census 
Bureau). 


Total 
deaths 

from 

all 

causes 

I 
124 
117 

22 
22 


Diphtheria. 


Measles. 


Scarlet 
fever. 


Tuber- 
culosis. 


City. 


to 

<S 
O 


P 


I 




a 


CO 

O 


tn 

a 
B 


in 
O 






16,384 
14,280 

445,008 

373,448 
.,8,201 
27,976 
27,087 
44,039 
14,444 
13, 410 
10,043 
27,641 

118, 136 
23,029 
55,385 
29,893 
15,291 

152,275 
21.199 

377,010 
32, 133 
30,585 
44,345 
5,737,492 
38,466 
91,148 

'22,019 
20,006 
11,248 
14,060 
23,269 

200, 405 
27,816 
97,588 
16,927 

177.777 
33,636 
21,059 
49,620 
74,178 
19. 034 
10.973 
72,181 
42, 646 
1,735.514 
14,275 
39,678 
24,330 
14.001 
IS, 006 
10, 727 
64.720 

308.399 


1 








i 






















13 

35 


2 


2 
1 




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14 

5 






9 




2 




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1 










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1 
3 






20 
2 
7 

13 
2 

55 
8 

17 

11 
6 

60 

15 

17 
5 
15 
1,795 
24 

8 
17 

1 

8 

6 
84 

9 
15 

1 
64 
24 
12 
21 
22 

9 

34' 

17 
547 
,1 
18 
9 
(> 
12 
6 
16 
125 




1 














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1 
1 










1 
1 
1 


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1 


















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1 






1 

i 


B 












2 
1 


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1 




6 
4 
5 


1 


4 








11 

2 

30 

1 


3 






1 

2 
























' ' ■"! 




















2 
218 


16 


1 

15 












New York, N. Y 




47 
1 
1 


1 


123 

2 


157 


Niagara Falls, N. Y 






1 




2 










2 


1 




1 








1 






















1 




2 
















1 
2 








Oakland, Cal 


2 


1 








6 





Oak Park, 111 








Oklahoma Citv. Okla 
















2 


Olean, N. Y..". 























1 






5 
1 
1 
1 
3 






1 











2 
1 
1 
3 






1 






1 












1 




15 


1 






2 


Peekskill. N. Y 






Pckin,Ill 


2 


I ! 














2 


1 


1 

46 


1 






1 i 






60 


| 4 1 1 


21 










Pittsflcld, Mass 


i i ! 








1 






1 1 






2 




Plyrn oulh, Mass 




1 








1 


1 


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1 






1 


Port Chester. N. Y 


1 








1 


Portland , Mc 




1...... 




2 






1 




2 

2 

15 

1 


1 






3 






29, 350 














259,895 
36,832 
39,022 
47,465 
10,361 
20.274 
14,573 

158,702 
20, 496 
46,282 

204.711 
.56.739 
29. 452 
12.673 
15,038 
68, 984 


93 
15 

22 

a 

2 
71 
12 
13 

90 
18 
10 

4 




1 


1 


7 






4 




1" 










t ' 


2 




2 






■ 1 


1 




1 

2 


1 














Raleigh, N. C 






3 










i 




3 






7 


! 




1 
1 




5 




i 








3 
4 
3 
1 


1 






2 
2 


2 






1 




7 






Rockford, 111 


3 


Rock Island. Ill 
















Rocky Mount, N. C 
































1 




1 

4 








1 
1 






2 




56,469 I 24 




2 











> Population Apr. 15, 1910. 



December 13, 1918. 



2242 



DIPHTHERIA, MEASLES, SCARLET FEVER, AND TUBERCULOSIS— 

Continued. 

City Reports for Week Ended Nov. 23, 1918— Continued. 





Popula- 
tion as of 
July 1, 1917 
(estimated 
by U. S. 
Census 
Bureau). 


Total 

deaths 

from 

all 

causes. 


Diphtheria. 


Measles. 


Scarlet 
fever. 


Tuber- 
culosis. 


City. 


t/'l 

o 

o 


W 1 

1 | J 


•a 

at 

a 


6 
S3 
Li 




a 
a 


•9 
a 




86. 49R 
768.630 
252,465 
49,346 
121.623 
128.215 
17.616 
20,226 
471,023 
15.360 
15, 150 
13,839 
14, 130 
103,774 
88,618 
70.967 
14,465 
62,623 
108,668 
52,296 
2S,259 
36,209 
47, 167 
158,559 
36.610 
12,962 
202,010 
113,974 
78,094 
10,824 
10,146 
89,272 
13,803 
34,015 
31,011 
369,282 
36,987 
15,188 
30,404 
19,666 
18,769 
19,613 
13,954 
43,657 
73,597 
95,369 
30,400 
10,812 
118,583 
33,136 
13,105 
16,076 
166,106 
103,066 
31,320 


31 
378 
117 

61 
20 
11 
12 

211 

8 
7 
2 
5 
20 
18 


7 
33 
21 
2 
5 


1 




1 

18 
1 
4 
3 
1 




1 

34 

5 






2 


5 
1 




17 




4 






























9 


















'" 








1 
19 






4 




2 




2 




ii 






















i 








1 








1 
3 
1 

4 


i 














2 


Schenectady. N. Y 


1 

9 








1 

2 






1 






1 




1 




1 




4 
36 
64 
12 
29 


















1 

4 














1 




3 






1 




2 
1 


4 




5 








1 






1 








1 

1 










2 




27 
36 
15 
10 
88 
42 
36 



IS 
9 

18 

7 

139 

12 
2 
1 
5 
9 
4 
5 

36 


8 
1 














1 




6 




4 
3 


3 




2 


















16 
7 
2 

1 

5 


2 
1 






6 






7 








1 




6 
3 

2 


3 


Troy,N. Y. 


1 




1 




2 














1 

2 






Utica, N. Y 










7 


4 


Vailcjo.Cal 




i 






1 
1 

7 
1 




i. 
























1 


"Washington, I). C 


1 


3 




1 
1 




22 


16 




















Watertown, N. Y 


































Westfield, Mass 


1 
















West New York, N. J 




1 




3 




1 






4 






Wheeling, W. Va 




1 




















1 
1 




2 
1 






32 

10 

4 

3 

14 

1 

4 

53 

24 

29 


5 
1 


1 


1 


1 












































Winston-Salem, N. C 


1 












2 


3 










1 
























3 
1 


1 


2 




7 




5 


11 


Yonkers. N. Y 


3 



































» Population Apr. 15, 1910.